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Thread: Is The Person Above You Accurately Typed?

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    under a groove Array Chanaynay's Avatar
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    7w6 - 2w3 - 8w7 sx/so


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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    based on a few previous interactions and of others of the same type, my conclusion is, yes
    Sometimes I wonder ENFP, but I think INFP fits better.
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    p r p l c h k n z, since I am no native speaker I'd say yes that nick is typed correctly
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    ??? I'm going to go with "no" but with an affirmative connotation instead of a negative one. So basically I'm going to say no but I mean yes, because I didn't just want to say "yes" with a period afterwards. A question mark would have made me look indecisive and an exclamation point would have been overdoing it, it's better this way. For the good of humanity.

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    Sure, although I also get some NF vibes from you as well!

    For my type I'm IxFP e9.
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    Yup. ISFP, I'm not really sure if you're more 9w8 or 9w1. Sp-Dom.

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    yes your the stereotypical Je.. er, INFP i mean.

    enneagram though, i wouldn't be shocked if you'd switched to 9>4>7 or even 9>7>4, same tritype but different main primary.

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    if he's not I'm a monkey's uncle. which is terrifying because I always assumed I didn't have a penis ever in my life. but maybe, i was once a male monkey and had a nephew and I took some acid and i'm on an acid trip where I think I'm a 27 year old female human living in the US, and because trips can distort your perception of time the past 7 years have only been a few hours. (though usually not this much, I probably took a ton)
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    ^ lol, I don't know you but that rant is exactly why I love 6s. So I am going to go with "sounds like a six!" And "yes."
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    I think you are very much an ENFP. A solid example of the 4w5 variant.

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